Finnish cleantech trio saluted on global list
Bamomas, Carbo Culture and Infinited Fiber Company have been recognised on Cleantech Group’s list of transformative cleantech companies.
The daily brief: 16 October 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Spinnova, Fortum, Hellon, Wärtsilä and Norsepower make headlines.
Five for Friday: Moomins mean business
Adored by children and adults alike, the Moomins are part of the Finnish identity, a global phenomenon and one of Finland’s most popular and successful exports. They also help Finnish businesses to make an impact.
Cuitu shines a light on innovative fashion
Plenty of eco-friendly raw materials are bubbling under the surface of the fashion industry, and Finland’s Cuitu wants to find use and users for them.
Aarrekid makes treasures that last
Aarre means ‘treasure’ or ‘precious’ in Finnish, and that’s what this local fashion house wants to add to your wardrobe.
Garmendo gets sweaty without sweatshops
Finland’s Garmendo knows what’s expected of a great piece of sportswear and what’s expected of the makers of them, as well.
Tarvas walks a mile in your shoes
Finnish shoe brand Tarvas wants to help all of us explore the world with dry socks – never mind the weather.
KUDE is the cornerstone of a curvy wardrobe
Finnish company KUDE thinks clothes shouldn’t go out of fashion or style – they should be so classy and durable that they last beyond fads and seasons.
Spinnova awarded for world-changing idea
Finnish company Spinnova has developed a sustainable fibre innovation that has been recognised with a World Changing Ideas Award by Fast Company.
TAUKO wraps you in ideology
For Finnish fashion house TAUKO, it all started out from an ideological desire to have a positive impact on the textile industry. Its recycled designs have found an audience among socially aware and other fashionistas.